So I got hired as a member of the park crew at my local hill, and ended up being put into more of a design/ building roll as well as maintaining everything throughout the season.
I'm pretty stoked to be in charge of things, but I have to work with a guy who is senior to me at the hill, but has less experience with parks. He is interested in planning it all, but never actually rides the features.
The flow between features doesn't sit well with me, and in just the small amount of time we've had a park, takeoffs are rounding out/ shrinking, and the only jump we have set up right now is terrible.
(Short, sharp takeoff angle, to essentially a raised section of flat snow & ice)
Anyone have tips for maintaining nice square takeoffs, or changing a feature (angles?) without using a groomer?